Richmond, Virginia has transformed into a mecca for public art. That transformation began in 2012 when Venture Richmond partnered with local and national street artists and boom!– the RVA Street Art Festival was born.
Everything that I do is about making connections. From my previous work at Royall & Company, a marketing firm dedicated to reaching and connecting with college-bound Millennials to my time at the French resort chain, Club Med, my primary aim is to connect person to person, client to audience with an eye for marketing opportunities.
This site is my playground. I have been devoted to the web since I forced my parents to get AOL in 1996. I took to web development immediately, creating angsty websites filled with my pre-teen poetry. Now that I'm grown, I take to Wordpress and fill the web with angsty grown-up poetry.
Cell phones, amiright?! Everybody’s got ‘em, can’t keep their noses out of ‘em. So now that our cells are now semi-permanent appendages it is only right that we make them work for us. I use my iPhone as my ultimate content creation tool- and videos are a big part of that. Remember my e-book, “Self-Produce That Video!“? I created this… Read more →
Running a video production studio can be quite a bit of work, especially when everyone wants a piece of what you do. When I found myself running out of time to accomodate everyone’s requests, I knew that it was time that I started branching out and empowering others to use the studio and the equipment confidently. I taught two particularly… Read more →
The Amazing Raise was more than just a video contest to UMFS, we had an Amazing Raise party, too! The event gave donors, volunteers and employees a chance to mingle and support the organization that we all love.
So, this may have been the most amusing project that I’ve ever done. Before this, I had never attempted to make a radio spot.
This video is part of a series of recruitment focused videos designed to capture the attention of prospective foster parents.
The Amazing Raise is a 36 hour online giving campaign and this year for the very first time, UMFS was part of it all. The organization raised a little over 3,000 dollars from donors across the country. Not bad for a first time out, right?
Kerriestella.com is down now but it will be up again soon, more large and in charge than ever! Read more →